Mother and Sun

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The Sun refused to set,

While The Moon waited for his turn to shine,

Utter chaos everywhere,

Birds relentlessly flying,

Nocturnal animals enjoying a long sleep,

None knew the reason for the bright light,

Man ran helter-skelter,

Trying to find any solution,

He was in a daze, couldn’t bear the light any more.

Pitying her subjects,

Came out Mother Earth,

Making her Sun understand,

Everyone has a role to play,

In the grand scheme of things,

Cajoling him to take some rest,

While his companion enjoyed his time to shine,

In her comforting arms,Sun took a nap,

Happy he’ll be out the next day,

Taking turns thereafter.

106 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge # 13. The challenge is to write a piece with inspiration drawn from the photo. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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